I need to copy some bad DVD’s (so what else is new?).
I purchased an expensive plastic model submarine and an aftermarket kit to turn it into a functioning rc sub. The aftermarket kit came with five instructional DVD’s explaining how to use the kit. The DVD’s are poorly made and none of them will play completely on either of my DVD players. The company has replaced several of the DVD’s but the replacements are no better than the originals. I tried to clean them and polish them and have probably damaged them further.
I would like to treat them as damaged movie DVD’s and extract as much of the data from them as possible and then write this data onto fresh writable DVD’s that will then play without hanging up, freezing, or ejecting themselves from the machine. There might be glitches and blank spots but I’m sure I’d have a better shot at filling in the blanks with a running DVD than with one that won’t run at all.
Could anyone suggest some software that would give me the best chance of accomplishing my goal? I would really appreciate the help.